ORLANDO — The Consumer Goods Forum, Food Marketing Institute and Grocery Manufacturers Association have launched an initiative to identify opportunities for retailers and manufacturers to share transportation capacity in order to improve efficiencies and deliveries. The initiative — the Collaborative Logistics Benefits & Feasibility Assessment — was announced today at a session at the Supply Chain Conference here, sponsored by FMI and GMA. The initial phase of the ...
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